It’s here: the Critical Coding Cookbook website contains a collection of 24 recipes that consider computer programming from cultural, philosophical, and decolonial frameworks. The Critical Coding Cookbook perceives history as a messy entanglement rather than a linear graph. There is a growing awareness towards reclaiming ancestral knowledge and a movement to decolonize computation. Through centring marginalised bodies , the aim is to build a collection of alternative histories, narratives, and approaches to computation. This volume of material serves as an open-source educational resource across a spectrum of learning communities.
Visit https://criticalcode.recipes to check out contributions by Kit Kuksenok, Lauren Lee McCarthy, Noam Youngrak Son, Morgan Green, Kathy Wu, evelyn masso, Dorothy R. Santos, Sara Rivera, Tegan Bristow, Lavannya Surresh, Shafali J, Micah A, Sanketh K, Echo Theohar, Kevin Lee, Shayna Robinson, Anuradha Reddy, Nancy Mauro-Flude, Roopa Vasudevan, Kemi Sijuwade-Ukadike, Joana Chicau, Renick Bell, Becca Rose, Mario Guzman, Winnie Yoe, Annina Rüst, and Tamara Moura Costa.
The project is led and editedby Xin Xin and Katherine Moriwaki. Visual identity, website design, and implementation by Kevin Cadena.